Naturalistic Inquiry provides social scientists with a basic but comprehensive rationale for non-positivistic approaches to research. It confronts the basic premise underlying the scientific tradition that all questions can be answered by employing empirical, testable, replicable research techniques. The authors maintain that there are scientific facts that existing paradigms cannot explain, and argue against traditional positivistic inquiry. They suggest an alternative approach supporting the use of the naturalistic paradigm.
|Hardcover Book, 416 pages||English|
|Sage Publications (CA) (Apr. 1st, 1985)||Unknown|
|9780803924314||5.77 x 8.79 x 1.28 inches|
|General Psychology Movements|